The Bernhard Baron garden has been a picture this belated springtime. Every day there is some exciting discovery as we walk around the Millennium Path.
First the snowdrops and aconites, then the daffodils battered by the wind and rain. Violets, primroses and, yes, fritillaries. The newspapers ask “where are all the fritillaries gone?” We know, they are alive and well in our garden.
There is so much to look forward to – the roses blossom , even horse chestnuts in spite of being a bit poorly.
Those who have difficulty enjoying the sight of the flowers can smell the perfume of the roses and viburnum. This does not all happen by accident. It has been carefully planned for our enjoyment and there is much, much more to come during the next few months.
A big Thank You to Paul and Alan. It is a never ending job but gives so much pleasure to us all.A Resident